Paul Pulley enters his first season as Assistant Coach with Seward County in 2018.
Pulley comes to Seward after spending three seasons with Redlands Community College as the Assistant Baseball Coach. While he was with the Cougars, he served as the pitching coach.
Whlie he was coaching the Cougars, he spent the summers as a pitching coach for different summer league teams. In 2017 he was the pitching coach for Midwest Elite baseball and in 2016 he was the pitching coach for the Liberal Bee Jays, who he helped guide to an NBC World Series Appearance.
As a player, Pulley spent two years at Seward County from 2009 to 2011 where he helped lead the Saints to an NJCAA World Series appearance. Pulley was a workhorse here at Seward, while playing, where he pitched in 38 games for the Saints tying him for 2nd in games pitched with fellow assistant coach Logan Hall. While at Seward Pulley pitched 118.1 innings and helped lead Seward to the 2011 Juco World Series. At the World Series Pulley earned the win against Southern Union State when he threw a complete game allowing 1 run in the 5-1 victory. After Seward, Pulley played at West Texas A&M where he pitched in 34 games with a 4.64 ERA and 5 wins in two seasons at West Texas.
Following his playing career, he was the head coach of the Burkburnett Blacksox Baseball Academy in the summers of 2012, 2013 and 2014, leading the squad to the 2013 Oral Roberts University 16U Tournament Championship and a 2nd place finish in the 2012 Regional Tournament. Pulley then went on to spend one season as a volunteer assistant with Seward County in 2014, where the Saints reached the Regional Tournament in Wichita.
Pulley recieved his Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Sciences from West Texas A&M University in 2013 and his Masters in Sports Management from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 2018.